A-Z: General definitions: Glass (mirror)


Used in the Bible 1. As an image of imperfect understanding - at the time mirrors were made of polished metal and did not provide perfect reflections (1 Corinthians 13:12). 2. As an image of God's word which shows up the need of human beings to change. In the letter of James to early Christians he compares people who do not follow the word of God to a man who looks at his face in a mirror, then immediately forgets what he looks like (James 1:23-25).
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